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Valentine’s Day attraction opening at Scare Kingdom

Posted on - 23rd January, 2017 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Events, News, Things To Do

Zombies may make someone's Valentine's Day that extra bit special

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Zombies may make someone’s Valentine’s Day that extra bit specialA brand new attraction is being opened at Scare Kingdom Scream Park in time to give you a unique valentines experience.

The House of Zombies will open its doors at Lancashire’s top rated scare attraction on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 February from 6.30-9.30pm.

Scare Kingdom is inviting you to celebrate the season of love as it brings you ‘Valenterror’, the annual Valentines scare festival which will involve live scareactors and special effects to get your heart pumping.

The House of Zombies is Scare Kingdom’s first zombie theme at the scream park, and visitors will be armed with a glow stick to light up their paths in their journey of darkness where hungry grave dodgers await.

The park is located at Mrs Dowson’s Farm Park, minutes from the M6 junction 31 on the A59 near Preston and Blackburn.

Jason Karl, Creative Director for Scare Kingdom Scream Park, said: “Valenterror is back for 2017 with an all-new dead scary experience in the dark.

“The House of Zombies is the first time in our 9 year history that Scare Kingdom has featured a zombie theme, and we are eager to attract plenty of sweethearts for our hoards of the undead to devour!”

Read more: What’s on in Preston during 2017: From Flag Market fun to egg rolling tradition

Tickets are priced at £13 per person if booked online in advance, and a limited number of tickets will be available on the door for £15.

Over 18’s will be able to enjoy a licensed bar and the chance to experience the new version of the full-contact attraction, Snuffhouse Alone – Love bites.

Scare Kingdom is located at Mrs Dowson’s Farm Park, minutes from the M6 junction 31 on the A59 near Preston and Blackburn in Lancashire, UK.

Have you been to Scare Kingdom Scream Park before? What do you think about the new attraction? Let us know in the comments below

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